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Monday, June 30, 2008

Politics and Folklife

Politico asks visitors to the Smithsonian Folklife Festival on the National Mall their thoughts on the upcoming election.

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Politics and Folklife

Politico asks visitors to the Smithsonian Folklife Festival on the National Mall their thoughts on the upcoming election.

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Politics and Folklife

Politico asks visitors to the Smithsonian Folklife Festival on the National Mall their thoughts on the upcoming election.

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Politics and Folklife

Politico asks visitors to the Smithsonian Folklife Festival on the National Mall their thoughts on the upcoming election.

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Texas Town Benefits from Oil's Rise

With oil priced at more than $100 per barrel, WSJ's Ben Casselman reports on how one oil town is experiencing a boom. In Midland, Texas, he says, jobs are plentiful and homes are selling faster than builders can construct them. (June 30)

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Parsing the WTC-Reconstruction Delay

WSJ's Alex Frangos discusses the reconstruction of the World Trade Center, which he reports could be delayed up to three years with redevelopment costs soaring to more than $3 billion. He speaks with Adam Najberg. (June 30)

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Israel's Alleged Iranian Spy Sentenced to Death

Ali Ashtari, an Iranian man charged with spying for Israel, is sentenced to death by a court in Tehran. The sentence comes at a time of heightened tensions between Iran and Israel over Tehran's nuclear program. Video courtesy of Reuters. (June 30)

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Cindy's Travels- Blog Video

Cindy recently visited an Asian operations center for the World Food Programme. WFP, first established in 1960, is a branch of the United Nations and the world's largest humanitarian agency. 90 million people a year are provided food through WFP who would be otherwise unable to provide nourishment for themselves or their families.

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Kotecki- 06/30/08

Changing your name on Facebook becomes a form of political activism, Senator Joe Lieberman says terrorists could attack next year, and I announce a Facebook contest.

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Kotecki- 06/30/08

Changing your name on Facebook becomes a form of political activism, Senator Joe Lieberman says terrorists could attack next year, and I announce a Facebook contest.

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Europe's Inflation Headache

Volatility in oil and food prices have proven to be an enormous headache for central bankers in European markets, but Tim Hughes of IG Index says there are still investment opportunities if you look closely enough.

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Inflation on the Rise in Emerging Markets

Reiner Triltsch of Federated Investors tells MarketWatch's Polya Lesova why inflation in emerging markets is expected to rise in the short term and why markets like Russia and China are among the most vulnerable to further inflationary pressures.

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Playback 6/30/08

Clark raises doubts about McCain's foreign policy credentials

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Secretary of State Rice Visits China

Condoleezza Rice visits Beijing, with North Korea at the top of a long list of discussion issues. Video courtesy of Reuters. (June 30)

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Mongolia Holds Fifth Parliamentary Elections

Mongolians vote under a new system in which four candidates can be selected. Unemployment and inflation, which is at 15%, are serious concerns. Video courtesy of Reuters. (June 30)

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Business- Looking at the Heart

An example of the images generated by CTA. Narrated by Dr. Harvey Hecht of The Lenox Hill Heart and Vascular Institute of New York.

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Barbecue Splurges And Steals

It's time to fire up the grill for the Fourth of July barbecue but with food and fuel prices higher than ever it may cost you more than it did last year. Susan Koeppen reports.

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Hunt For Bin Laden Intensifies

The U.S. is preparing to launch new covert efforts in Pakistan to find and capture Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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More Woes On Wall Street

Mark Zandi of Moody's talks with Harry Smith about what some economists are now calling a recession.

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Notebook- Mugabe In Power

Robert Mugabe has held onto power in Zimbabwe for three decades, resorting to extreme violence to win a phony election. No one wants a repeat of Rwandan genocide, says Katie Couric.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Monday: New fears over the war in Afghanistan; Iraq opens its oil reserves; California engulfed in flames; Obama defends patriotism; the future of U.S. oil; and changing milk bottles.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Monday: New fears over the war in Afghanistan; Iraq opens its oil reserves; California engulfed in flames; Obama defends patriotism; the future of U.S. oil; and changing milk bottles.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Monday: New fears over the war in Afghanistan; Iraq opens its oil reserves; California engulfed in flames; Obama defends patriotism; the future of U.S. oil; and changing milk bottles.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Monday: New fears over the war in Afghanistan; Iraq opens its oil reserves; California engulfed in flames; Obama defends patriotism; the future of U.S. oil; and changing milk bottles.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports Wall Street had its worst June since the Great Depression; airlines may charge for bags exceeding size limits; and Microsoft ends sales of Windows XP to promote Vista.

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Women's Wear Dior Collection

CBS News RAW: The Christian Dior show in Paris should make even the notoriously icy U.S. Vogue editor Anna Wintour crack a smile.

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Imported Food Fears

The federal government recently banned certain seafood from China. A new survey by Consumer Reports found consumers want to know the source of what they eat. Susan Koeppen reports

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Election Deemed Illegitimate

President Bush and America's allies are looking to punish Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe following an election marred by violence and corruption. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Left Hook, Right Cross! 06-23-08

Ramy Inocencio's ringside recap to the 2008 White House fight! This week, President Bush's pastor fights for Obama while McCain snaps photos with religious and foreign allies.

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Iraqi Oil Opened To Investment

Iraq's vast oil reserves have been opened to foreign investment for the fist time since 1972. But as Elizabeth Palmer reports, this will do little to stop the skyrocketing price of crude.

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Understanding Afghanistan

Katie Couric speaks with chief foreign affairs correspondent Lara Logan about U.S. policy in Afghanistan and why, after seven years of war, terrorist strongholds have not been weakened.

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Hunting Al Qaeda

The Pentagon is being criticized for failing to dismantle Taliban and al Qaeda holdouts in Afghanistan's frontier regions, raising fears of another terrorist attack on U.S. soil. David Martin reports.

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Obama Affirms Patriotism

At a speech in Missouri, Barack Obama shot back at a smear campaign intended to cast doubt on his loyalty to the United States. Dean Reynolds reports.

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